Bowl with Bronze Mount and Marble Base

Object Name: 
Bowl with Bronze Mount and Marble Base

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Object Name: 
Bowl with Bronze Mount and Marble Base
Accession Number: 
63.3.104
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
about 1880-1910
Credit Line: 
Gift of Fletcher Ford and Mrs. Sally Recker in memory of Lola Kincaid Ford
Primary Description: 
Green non-lead glass, marble, bronze; blown, applied decoration, iridized surface. Circular bowl with inturned rim, nearly covered with a layer of random irregular threading of the same color; iridescent surface, polished pontil mark on base. Bronze frame has four supports rising from the marble base: two end in looped handles on top and two shorter ones end in winged heads. The bowl fits on a circle of bronze attached to all four supports and in between the handles. The supports are also fastened to a smaller, lower circle half-way between the bowl and the four-sided marble base.
Department: 
Provenance: 
Recker, Mrs. Sally, Source
1963-09-26
Ford, Fletcher, Source
1963-09-26
Ford, Lola Kincaid, Former Collection